Good Questions:Counterspace and baby stuff

Good Questions:Counterspace and baby stuff

Mar 16, 2007

An email from 'aha', asks:" We have a kitchen that is "space challenged" there is no room on counters for things like bottle trees, and drawer space is tight... any brilliant ideas on bottle/baby utensils/baby food storage?"

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Well, we are not sure how brilliant our ideas are, so we are hoping some of our more brilliant readers will jump in here. We are fans of the Splash, pictured above, as a way of organizing baby bottles and accessories, but if you don't have any counter space at all, that isn't going to work. Ditto the baby food jar organizers out there, such as the Sassy baby food organizer and the Gerber baby feeding center, and of course we aren't thrilled about 'one use only' solutions.

We recently saw a classic 3-tier wire hanging fruit basket in a friend's kitchen, which was being used to store bottles and feeding supplies, and it was not bad looking. Does your kitchen have a door? If so, an over door rack might help organize baby stuff.

AT readers, what do you think? Surely you all must have wrestled with this at some point - how did you organize your bottles, baby food, and other kitchen-related baby stuff?

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